1966 Summer ^ssions June 6 - July 9 Julyll-Aug.13 ALABAMA COLLEGE Montevallo, Alabama 4i 1966 SUMMER SESSIONS ALABAMA COLLEGE First Term June 6-July 9 Second Term July 11 -Aug. 13 Continuous Session , June 6-Aug. 13 Summer Science Institute June 6 -Aug. 13 Courses of Study A complete listing of classes for the 1966 summer sessions is carried in the Summer School Catalog. Classes will be offered in the following subjects: Art English Physical Education Biology Foreign Languages Physics Business History Psychology Administration Home Economics Sociology Chemistry Mathematics Speech Education Music American Studies American Studies is a program of study leading to the M.A.T. degree. Especially designed for the secondary school teacher, the program provides a major in either English or history. Alabama College offers four undergraduate degrees, the Bachelor of Arts, the Bachelor of Science, the Bachelor of Music Education and the Bachelor of Music. Courses w s u b j e c t s , cation, En chology gree in Te Graduate Program ill be offered on the graduate level in a variety of with majors in biology, counseling and guidance, ed- glish, general science, history, home economics , psy- peech and speech correction. The Master of Arts De- aching is awarded during the summer session. Special Events May 31-June 4 Teachers of Language Arts Workshop June 5-June 11 American Legion Boys State June 24-June 30 Alabama Camp Fartherest Out June 27 Elementary School Music Workshop July 7-July 9 Alabama High School Basketball Coaches Clinic July 8-July 10 American Association of University Women Workshop July 16 National Teacher Examination July 18-July 21 Alabama High School Yearbook Workshop July 23-July 24 Presbyterian Synod of Alabama Men's Conference Chemistry Laboratory located in Bloch Hall Children of Summer School students may enroll New Student Center Building is popular College's 9-hole Golf Course near Main Campus Alabama College Choir presents summer concerts Summer Commencement Special Programs *Workshop in Speech and Theatre for Young People, June 6- 11 *Speech and Hearing Clinic, June 6-Jnly 9 *Institute for High School Science Teachers, June 6-August 13 *Special Problems in Home Economics Education: Audio-Visual Aids in Homemaking Education Program. A Graduate Workshop. June 7-June 25 *Workshop in Teaching of Reading, June 13-18 *Workshop in testing for speech and hearing defects for the non- speci ali s t , July 11-16 *Workshop in Audio-Visual Materials, July 25-30 Living Accommodations Comfortable living quarters are available for men, women and families . A number of air conditioned facilities include two residence hails, diningrooms, a limited number of class- rooms, meeting rooms, conference rooms and the college's new Student Center Building. Children of summer school students at Alabama College who wish to attend school in the Montevallo elementary and secondary schools should write to the principal of Montevallo High School, Montevallo, Alabama. Recreation The 520-acre campus plus a 28-acre lake provide facilities for family outings, picnics, boating and fishing. Healthy recreation is abundant with swimming, golf, tennis, volleyball. Softball and other sports facilities. Request for Information Form Fill out this blank and mail to Director of Admissions, Alabama College, Montevallo, Alabama. Name in full nd number, or R.F.D. ( ) Send application form for admission ( ) Send Summer School Catalog ( ) Send Graduate Program Bulletin Summer Sessions 1966 June 6- July 9 Alabama College Montevallo, Alabama ALABAMA COLLffl PS LtlM Published Bi-monthly MONTEVALLO, ALABAMA VOL . XXXV MARCH, 1966 NUMBER 2 Entered as second-class matter January 8, 1932, at Post Office at Montevallo, Alabama, under Act of August 24, 1912.